Identity consolidation and privileged access management across Windows, Linux, and UNIXEnterprise Edition
Detailed auditing of privileged user sessions on Windows, Linux and UNIXPlatinum Edition
Dynamic segmentation and isolation of cross-platform systemsApplication Edition
Secure, centralized single sign-on to on-premises business applications
Single sign-on and unified management for cloud and mobile apps and devicesMac Edition
Centralized security and management for Macs and mobile devicesPremium Edition
SaaS and Mac Editions combined with mobile security managementCentrify for Samsung KNOX
Enterprise management of SSO, MCM and MDM for Samsung KNOX
One of the top security challenges organizations face with Windows is both restricting and protecting high privileged domain accounts while also restricting and protecting local accounts with administrative privileges.
And as Gartner (Research Report ID# G00130427) has noted, Linux and UNIX systems inherently lack a scalable and simple model for administrative delegation. In many organizations, administrators are routinely granted broad privileges to accomplish even narrowly focused tasks. These privilege grants pose grave risks for potential theft of corporate IP, insider attacks, or even unintentional errors. But alternatives such as sudo can be so complex that some organizations simply live with the exposure because they have no practical way to limit privileges without hindering users in performing necessary tasks.
The Centrify Suite provides a single, unified privilege management solution across more than over 450 Windows, Linux and UNIX platforms. Instead of relying on complex scripting, proprietary databases, or expensive and fragile server architectures, Centrify enables you to use Active Directory to model user roles and assign them to Active Directory users and groups. With a single solution and architecture, Centrify enables you to globally control privileges on Windows and Linux and UNIX systems, which includes unique integration with detailed session auditing as well.